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Crime Watch gives up hunt for taste

Fixin’ T&T yesterday condemned Crime Watch for gross insensitivity following the broadcast of 33-year-old former West Indies cricketer Runako Morton’s final moments before he succumbed to injuries from a car crash on Sunday night.

Crime Watch host Ian Alleyne wasn’t the only CCN employee with questionable judgment; Dominic Kalipersad, the TV6 Head of News, retorted that the show’s ratings justified its content and viewers were free to change the channel.

Wired868 expects that Alleyne would feel justified when policemen arrest the light pole involved in the fatality.

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